Proud Paula hits big-time

ANOTHER huge turn-out at Camping Nauta saw Gio, from Pas O Nadas ‘B’, win through to another final, clashing with Sundowners’ Paula, who will be making her first appearance on the big stage in the women’s Memorial Trophy showdown at Showtime. Ash, also from Sundowners, who reached the final in the men’s Division 2 competition, […]

Tenerife shape up for the safety zone

Albacete 2 CD Tenerife 2 FOUR points from their last two games have left Tenerife seven points above the relegation zone, after an amazing home win over league leaders Osasuna, and an away draw with Albacete. We stressed that these matches could shape Tenerife’s future in this league, and if these results are anything to […]

Sterling’s Wembley treat for boys at his old school

RAHEEM Sterling, now a great favourite at Premier Division leaders Manchester City, is paying for 550 pupils from his old school to attend the Premier Division leaders’ FA Cup semi-final against Brighton at Wembley tomorrow (Saturday). Students from the Ark Elvin Academy in London also met the England winger at City’s training complex in Manchester […]

Taylor’s PFA farewell will not upset too many people

GORDON Taylor will end his controversial tenure as chief executive of the Professional Footballers’ Association, after 38 years, following his completion of a review into an organisation he has dominated for all that time. Taylor has finally announced a ­sequencing of events, ahead of relinquishing a position he has held since 1981, in an agreement […]

Barefoot Matthew’s record effort to gain hospice funds

A BRITISH man is attempting to break the world record for the longest barefoot walk, after setting out from Gibraltar for Preston this month, in aid of a cancer hospice. Matthew Strange is walking without shoes, from the British enclave to the Lancashire town, in aid of St Catherine’s Hospice. The distance between the two […]

Brazilian surfer struck dead by lightning flash

LUZIMARI Souza, a 23-year-old Brazilian surfer, died, tragically, on Wednesday morning, when she was struck by a flash of lightning while out at sea. She had been training for the Brazilian National Championships, at a tourists’ beach in the north of the country, and was killed instantly. The beach, in the city of La Fortaleza, is […]

Electric motorbikes are wiped out in huge blaze

MOTOGP organisers have pin-pointed an electrical short-circuit as being the likely cause of a big blaze at a Spanish racing circuit in Spain, which destroyed 23 electric motorcycles. The blaze, in a tent at the Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto racetrack at around 11.45pm last week, was tackled by fire crews for almost seven hours, but […]

Gazza set to play with the Legends of Spurs

TOTTENHAM are pinning their hopes on Paul Gascoigne being involved in the Legends game at their new stadium, later this month. Gazza, who achieved iconic status at White Hart Lane during his three seasons there as a player, helped them to their last FA Cup triumph, in 1991. The former England midfielder tweeted this week […]

Ambitious Alcorcón stumped by Tenerife

AD Alcorcón 1 CD Tenerife 1 TENERIFE didn’t really deserve this point, as Alcorcón failed to win for the third consecutive game, yet they played with more faith than their opponents. The home side, led by a brilliant Jaime Gavilán, one of six players to retain his place after mass changes by the coach, went […]

We’re the Cool champs!

DADDY Cool hit his 16th maximum of the season, as well a 120 Shanghai finish, as Pas O Nadas ‘A’ beat The Loch-In 6-2, to clinch the Division 1 title. As the scoreline suggests, his team-mates backed him up brilliantly, with equally good finishing. But The Loch-In’s Wayne had some consolation, by finishing second in […]

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